The Dallas Wings (10-21) couldn’t complete a late comeback in a 91-85 loss to the Washington Mystics (23-8) on Saturday at College Park Center.
For the second-straight game, a guard for the Dallas Wings (9-17) set a new career high in points.
On a night that tested the team’s depth and energy levels, the Dallas Wings (8-17) defeated the Los Angeles Sparks (15-9) 84-78 on Wednesday at College Park Center.
All-star center Liz Cambage was expected to return to College Park Center after being traded from Dallas to Las Vegas in mid-May but was absent.
The game marked Arike Ogunbowale’s 15th 10-point game and sixth 20-point game of the season, the most of any rookie.
After setting multiple records in her time on campus, Cierra Johnson will play across the pond for the Mark Basket Marbo Swedish team.
FORT WORTH, Texas — Blue and orange filled the purple seats of Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena on Saturday as the women’s basketball team stepped into Horned Frog territory for a Tarrant County showdown.
FORT WORTH, Texas — The women’s basketball team was overpowered 71-54 by Texas Christian University in round two of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament at Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena.
The women’s basketball team topped Stephen F. Austin State University in a nail-biting 60-54 victory in the first round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.
The seniors stole the spotlight and led the women’s basketball team to an 88-65 victory against Troy University on Saturday at College Park Center.
The women’s basketball team (21-6, 13-3) survived an early hiccup to dominate the University of South Alabama with a 72-51 win Thursday at College Park Center.
The women’s basketball team (20-6, 12-3) jumped to the top of the Sun Belt Conference standings after its 60-56 overtime win against the University of Louisiana Monroe over the weekend.
The women’s basketball team (19-6, 11-3) rebounded with a gritty 67-62 win over Arkansas State University on Saturday at College Park Center. The game was the program’s annual UTA Beats Cancer game, with the Lady Mavericks boasting all pink home uniforms.
The women’s basketball team (18-6, 10-3) fell 62-61 in a nail-biting encounter with the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (15-8, 11-1) on Thursday at College Park Center.
An imposing 6-foot-1-inch guard, freshman Katie Ferrell has established her role as an important piece of the women’s basketball team this season.
In a battle between in-state rivals, the women's basketball team (16-5, 8-2) dominated the court early to defeat Texas State University 68-53 on Saturday at College Park Center.
The women's basketball team (14-5, 6-2) won their fourth consecutive home game in Sun Belt Conference play, defeating Georgia State University by a score of 69-45 on Saturday at College Park Center.
Returning home from a streak-snapping loss, the women’s basketball team (13-5, 5-2) pulled off a 33-point victory in front of 6,186 fans Thursday at College Park Center.
Record-breaking performances and heartbreaking losses highlighted the winter break for the women’s and men’s basketball teams.
Following a double-overtime win just days before, the women’s basketball team (11-4, 3-1) stormed back onto its home court to defeat Coastal Carolina University 79-53 Saturday at College Park Center.
The women’s basketball team (10-4, 2-1) picked up a hard-fought victory over Appalachian State University in a game that featured 12 lead changes and two overtime periods Thursday night at College Park Center.
After an eventful nonconference slate, the men’s and women’s basketball teams opened up Sun Belt Conference play Thursday against Georgia State University.
In a battle between in-state foes, it was the final seconds that set the women’s basketball team (7-2) apart from UT-San Antonio on Thursday at College Park Center.
“You let the whole team down!” and “You can’t do that!” chants fill the College Park Center for every men’s and women’s basketball game. The chants, used to heckle opposing teams, aren’t started by UTA fans.
Lifted by a dominating third quarter, the women’s basketball team (2-1) bounced back from a heartbreaking loss to defeat Grambling State University 78-54 on Tuesday at College Park Center.